If you’re wondering where to watch Copa America on US TV, we have the answers you’re looking for.
Last updated: June 3, 2021
As the oldest international soccer competition, Copa America is certainly must-watch television for sports fans. The 104-year-old tournament generally consists of teams from South America. These CONMEBOL teams are sometimes also joined by invited international clubs as well.
The United States Men’s National Team, Mexico, Japan, and Qatar have all featured in the prestigious competition in recent years.
Originally scheduled to be played in the summer of 2020, for the 2021 Copa America, the CONMEBOL competition will feature ten teams.
Here in the United States, a decision has finally been reached about who will broadcast Copa America 2021 in Spanish. For the last Copa America, ESPN+ televised the Copa America in both English and Portuguese languages, while NBC’s Telemundo aired the same matches in the Spanish-language on their channel.
For Copa America 2021, Univision’s TUDN have acquired the exclusive Spanish-language rights. The deal gives TUDN access to the 28 matches from this summer’s tournament, as well additional CONMEBOL events, including Women’s Copa América and Men’s Olympic qualifiers.
With the acquisition of the Copa América rights, the deal positions the Spanish-language broadcaster as the go-to network for soccer this summer. TUDN’s The Summer of Champions campaign kicks off with the UEFA Champions League Final on May 29 and continues through the summer with competitions including the Liga MX Guardianes 2021 Final, CONCACAF Nations League, UEFA EURO 2020, Copa América 2021, CONCACAF Gold Cup, Campeón de Campeones, the MLS All-Star Game, and UEFA Super Cup.
For the English-language broadcasts, FOX Sports have signed a six-year agreement with CONMEBOL that kicks off this June with live coverage of the CONMEBOL Copa América. Additional rights picked up by FOX Sports as part of the deal include the 2022 Women’s Copa America, CONMEBOL qualifiers for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, 2024 CONMEBOL men’s and women’s Olympic qualifiers, 2024 Copa America and Women’s Copa America, and 2026 Women’s Copa America.
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Where to watch Copa America on US TV?
You can always opt to watch these Copa America matches at a pub. The pub atmosphere is the perfect place to catch a soccer match, especially international competitions. Pubs/bars all over the country will be airing most, if not all, of the 2021 Copa America (assuming we are back to normal by then). Nothing beats gathering with fellow compatriots with a pint or two and cheering on your team.
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Copa America TV schedule
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